One hundred Spanish film professionals, including the husband-and-wife team Javier Bardem and Penélope Cruz, have published an open letter denouncing what they term the "genocide" happening in the Gaza Strip.
Fifty years ago, Hollywood scriptwriter Dalton Trumbo wrote a screenplay of the story of Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés and his relationship with the Aztec emperor, Montezuma. Now Steven Spielberg intends to make a movie based on that screenplay.
Ridley Scott's new film is very odd. It's both the most and least traditional crime drama you'll ever see, and it's a movie that seems way ahead of its time while also trafficking in stereotypes that are a relic of an era long past.
Javier Bardem and Sean Penn have been in Barcelona filming their new movie, "The Gunman," for most of July. However, they have run into a problem filming the bullfighting scene, due to the Catalan ban on the sport.
Actress Penelope Cruz showed up to the "Venuto Al Mondo" (Twice Born) premiere in Spain earlier this month with four hardly noticeable needles in her left ear. They turned out to be tiny acupuncture needles.
The new Bond epic Skyfall features an interrogation scene whose homo-erotic elements have sent the LGBT community into a whirl because they are really not sure if the MI6 agent thinks he may be a boy or a girl!
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The rescue of the 33 Chilean miners has captured the attention of the world for several weeks. With just three days passed since the miners were saved, Hollywood has already begun deals to produce a motion picture on their heroic tale.